Google Exec Hints That Google Assistant Is Coming To The iPhone
Google Exec Hints That Google Assistant Is Coming To The iPhone

We all know that Google Assistant is the latest version of the search giant’s personal assistant. Still growing slowly within the Android universe, but, it is now preparing to attack another area.

Google Exec Hints That Google Assistant Is Coming To The iPhone

Google Assistant is the latest version of the search giant’s personal assistant. Still growing slowly within the Android universe, it is now preparing to attack another area.

According to information that has arisen, Google Assistant will now reach Apple’s own operating system, of course, iOS very soon.

Google Assistant was introduced by the tech giant Google on its latest I/O and has since grown in the Android world. First appeared in the smartphones of the company, the Pixel, and the Pixel XL, having then been extended to other Android devices. It did not stop and eventually also appeared inside Allo, which is the new app of instant messaging of the search giant Google.

According to information gathered inside Google, a new version is being prepared, dedicated to being used in iOS. It does not yet have a release date, but rumors have it that it will arrive on the 4th, at the beginning of this year’s I/O conference.

It is known that Google Assistant should appear as an isolated app and will not be able to integrate with iOS in the same way that Siri does.

The arrival of Google Assistant to iOS shows that the tech giant Google has very high plans for its virtual assistant based on artificial intelligence, intending to win users in competing systems as well.

With no date yet announced for this arrival, it is expected that Google Assistant for iOS will be presented already in the I/O this year as we told earlier, which will happen this week, from 17 to 19.

With the certainty that much more will still be done to impact Google Assistant, now that the SDK is public, Google will try to make it an alternative to Siri, getting it to do most of the functions it currently has on iOS.

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